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October 27, 2011


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I really like the quilt you got finished at the retreat. Looks like a good one to show to my quilters at church who want to get started with making baby quilts for the community.


Your jelly roll quilt turned out great. I love the more random look of yours as opposed to what I did. Please let me know the size the Seita quilts need to be. I'd love to do one. I might also have time to make some blocks so post about that too please.


I'm sorry you have a heavy heart. Hugs to you!


I'd like to contribute some blocks to your scholar project. I'd do a whole quilt, but I don't do well with bigger ones because I quilt them myself.

Glad you took a break to share!


Wonderful pictures. loved seeing what everyone is doing. Loved your jelly roll quilt. How excited you must be to quilt on that long arm. You'll have to tell me what kind it is and how you liked it. Glad you found some time to post!


I demo'ed that block, from Lynn's blog at our guild.... they are making it for charity quilts... I adore your friend Lynn's blog, she is so unique in her creativity.

We need a retreat!


First ... you wear me out! :) I don't know how you have time to sew!
I am going to have to make this quilt ... so cute! Love the colors too!
I was just looking at my pattern today "Over the River and Through the Woods".
Retreat looks like so much fun!


Forgot to mention that I am so sorry about your cousin.


We've been spending all our time remodeling so I'm a little behind on blogs - They are installing our wood flooring this morning so I'm trying catching up on emails and blogs and was saddened to read about you cousin. My prayers are with you and the family.

I like the quilt you did at the retreat - I may have to try that pattern. Don't get too hooked on the longarm or you'll be looking for space in your house. Mine's going in the living room :) .

Linda in Calif.

Wow! So many quilts! And they are so wonderful. Thanks for taking the time to do the post - although how you find time I'll never know.

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